thyssenkrupp sets clear targets: Group aims to be climate neutral by 2050

02 July 2019 

thyssenkrupp aims to be climate neutral from 2050 onwards. As early as 2030 the Group plans to cut emissions from production and outsourced energy by around 30 percent. Emissions from the use of thyssenkrupp products are to fall by 16 percent by 2030. thyssenkrupp’s new climate strategy is based on the Paris Climate Agreement of 2015.

thyssenkrupp CEO Guido Kerkhoff: “The threats posed by climate change affect us all. As an industrial company with operations around the globe we are in a particularly good position to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through sustainable products and processes. We take this responsibility very seriously and have received several awards for this in recent years. Now we are setting ourselves clear targets for 2030 and 2050 as the next logical step.”

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